Aashaadha (Hindi: आसाढ़ aasaarh or आषाढ aaṣaaḍh) is a month of the Hindu calendar. In India's national civil calendar, Aashaadh is the fourth month of the year, beginning on 22 June and ending on 22 July. The month is known as Aadi in Tamil. In solar religious calendars, Aashaadh/Aadi begins with the Sun's entry into Cancer.
In lunar religious calendars, Aashaadh begins on a new moon and is usually the fourth month of the year.
In the Vaishnava calendar, Vamana governs this month.
Shukla Paksha Krishna Paksha 1. Prathama 1. Prathama 2. Dwitiya 2. Dwitiya 3. Tritiya 3. Tritiya 4. Chaturthi 4. Chaturthi 5. Panchami 5. Panchami 6. Shashti 6. Shashti 7. Saptami 7. Saptami 8. Ashtami 8. Ashtami 9. Navami 9. Navami 10.Dashami 10.Dashami 11.Ekadashi 11.Ekadashi 12.Dwadashi 12.Dwadashi 13.Thrayodashi 13.Thrayodashi 14.Chaturdashi 14.Chaturdashi 15.Pournima 15. Amavasya
Guru Purnima, a festival dedicated to the Guru, is celebrated on the Purnima (Full Moon) day of the month. Prior to it Shayani Ekadashi, is observed on the eleventh lunar day (Ekadashi) of the bright fortnight ([[Shukla paksha).
- Hindu units of measurement
- Hindu astronomy
Months of the Hindu calendar Months of the Nepali calendar
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